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right? to sort out the latest tough talk from the posture is michelle bernard founder of the bernard center center for women public policy. welcome back inside "the war room," michelle. >> thank you. >> jennifer: so, how serious is the stalemate that speaker boehner announceed today? >> i was listening to that sound bite a second ago and i don't know if i want to cry or if i want to laugh. i don't know how we get to a stalemate when number one the negotiations just began. number two the president has presented congress with his proposal and we have not heard anything from the republicans with a counter parolees counter proposal or what it is that they're offering. you got to think it that they're joking this is a joke, right? >> jennifer: i'm so intrigued by the negotiation strategy. there are the words and then there is the message beneath the words. on the president's side, this is what the president told citizens at the public event today. take a listen. >> obama: let's make sure that middle class taxes don't go up. let's get that done in the next couple of weeks. let's also work
-- because michelle are is norris another . [ whistle ] how do you think this will roll across other states? it is the first blue state to become right to work. do you think we'll see it across the country? >> yes. that's what people need to be alerted to here. if they can do it in michigan, which has the fifth highest concentration of union members in the country this can be done anywhere. so people need to pay attention to that. we're going to do everything we can to roll this back but if they can do it in michigan, they can do it elsewhere. >> jennifer: mark, you started to mention this. you've got a reputation for understanding the very complex rules of the political money stuff better than anybody else. so how is this going to affect democratic party fund-raising and democratic party membership? >> well, i don't think it will hurt us on membership. actually governor, i'm expecting a backlash as a result of this. so many people in the state who voted for snyder, who thought he was a moderate. they've been convince
.e.a., michelle leonhard and colorado democratic congressman jared polis from earlier this year. let's play this. >> i believe alls illegal drugs are -- >> is methamphetamine worse for somebody's health than marijuana? >> i don't think any illegal drug -- >> is heroin worse for someone's health than marijuana? >> again all -- >> yes no, or i don't know. if you don't know, you can look this up. you should know this as chief administrator for the drug enforcement agency. >> jennifer: fascinating to me because -- i'm a former prosecutor. i used to prosecute drug cases. the distinction between marijuana and other drugs is an interesting distinction. how will the d.e.a. sort this out? >> well, there's actually not much the federal government can do on the state. >> eliot:. the state has broad authority to regulate and criminalize or decriminalize drugs are within the borders. it is a question of whether they can cease to cooperate with the federal governments on prohibition which seems likely now. >> jennifer: why
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